Karoline Holler

Karoline Holler
Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt (GmbH) | HZM · Institute of Computational Biology

Doctor of Philosophy
Postdoc

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Introduction
Expertise and passion for computational biology and genomics, and a strong background in biochemistry and sequencing technologies. Single-cell and spatial transcriptomics.

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Publications (6)
Thesis
Die Lokalisierung von mRNA ist ein wichtiger regulativer Mechanismus in polarisierten Zellen und in frühen Embryonalstadien. Dort sind räumliche Muster maternaler mRNA für die korrekte Entwicklung der Körperachsen und die Spezifizierung der Keimzellen verantwortlich. Systematische Analysen dieser Prozesse wurden jedoch bisher limitiert durch einen...
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The hematopoietic niche is a supportive microenvironment comprised of distinct cell types, including specialized vascular endothelial cells that directly interact with hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells (HSPCs). The molecular factors that specify niche endothelial cells and orchestrate HSPC homeostasis remain largely unknown. Using multi-dimen...
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Early stages of embryogenesis depend on subcellular localization and transport of maternal mRNA. However, systematic analysis of these processes is hindered by a lack of spatio-temporal information in single-cell RNA sequencing. Here, we combine spatially-resolved transcriptomics and single-cell RNA labeling to perform a spatio-temporal analysis of...
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A-to-I RNA editing is a common post transcriptional mechanism, mediated by the Adenosine deaminase that acts on RNA (ADAR) enzymes, that increases transcript and protein diversity. The study of RNA editing is limited by the absence of editing maps for most model organisms, hindering the understanding of its impact on various physiological condition...
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Early stages of embryogenesis depend heavily on subcellular localization and transport of maternally deposited mRNA. However, systematic analysis of these processes is currently hindered by a lack of spatio-temporal information in single-cell RNA sequencing. Here, we combined spatially-resolved transcriptomics and single-cell RNA labeling to study...
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Embryonic development is heavily dependent on temporally and spatially restricted gene expression. Spatially resolved measurements of gene expression are therefore crucial for identifying novel regulators and the understanding of their function. However, in situ methods do not resolve global gene expression, and sequencing-based methods usually do...

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